Sun, Cisco Vets Join Linux-Based Networking Play
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Desktop-as-a-Service Designed for Any Cloud ? Nutanix Frame
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"Founded in 2004 and formerly known as Arastra, Arista
shipped its first product releases in late 2007. The core of its
lineup is its 7100 platform, which is a 10 Gigabit Ethernet
switching platform that has a Linux-based operating system at its
core, dubbed Arista EOS.
"The goal with EOS is to create a highly scalable platform that
is specifically tailored for the needs of cloud computing in the
datacenter, Karam said. EOS is based on a Red Hat Fedora Linux core
that Arista said has been modified and hardened."